"Live and Learn" Session of the Junaluskans for January


Lifestyles
Bethea Welcome Center
91 N. Lake Shore Dr., Lake Junaluska, NC
Nancy Oates
452-7802
Jan 16, 2014
2:00 PM

Nature-lovers, floral designers, and gardeners, the next "Live and Learn" session of the Junaluskans is one you won't want to miss!  Clara A. Curtis, the Director for Design and Exhibits and Interim Director of Education at the North Carolina Arboretum will present a program on Thursday, January 16, at 2:00 p.m. in the Bethea Welcome Center at Lake Junaluska.

Mrs. Curtis has over 30 years' experience in public horticulture, designing for the signature Arboretum Quilt Garden and container gardens, as well as seasonal and permanent landscapes.  Her previous position was as Assistant Horticulturist  at Tryon Palace, North Carolina's colonial capital in New Bern, and she continues to return there as a holiday floral designer.  In 2007, the North Carolina Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects presented Mrs. Curtis the Citizen's Award for her work in the enhancement of the state's physical environment.

The public is invited to meet this accomplished and published horticulturist who also happens to be a native of Haywood County.  For directions to the meeting venue, all 452-7802.